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BUILD A HEAVY BAG ANYWHERE

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You Can Easily Build a Heavy Bag Anywhere – Here’s How

Join Revgear creative director Alex Wright as he shows you how to fix a common problem and build a heavy bag anywhere you like

Following on from part 1 of Coach Eddie Needs a Heavy Bag, part 2 gets gown to the nitty gritty of how to build a heavy bag no matter where you are. Whether you don’t have the space for a heavy bag or you can’t do it without angering your landlord, Alex has an elegant solution for your problem.

All you will need is a bullseye target, focus mitts and some bungee cords. You just need to find a pole, or a tree, or anything upright from a street sign to a porch pillar. Then you can strap the bullseye target to the middle, and the focus mitts at head height. Grab a pair of gloves and you are good to go.

There are a few very expensive pieces of kit on the market today that work in a similar way. This is an affordable and effective alternative. You can take the equipment with you and build a heavy bag anywhere, taking it with you when you are done. It is also super easy to adjust the pads as you go, because they are attached with bungee cords, giving you the ability to switch up what you are working without having to take it all apart and set it up again.

You can build a heavy bag and get going without needing to spend a lot of money and without having to find a permanent place for it.

For more tips, tricks, techniques and more, stay tuned to Revgear Sports and Revgear University, the home of high quality instruction from the best coaches and athletes in the business.

Tom Billinge Tom is the Editor of Revgear Sports. He has been training in Muay Thai gyms around the world for around 15 years and is a qualified Muay Thai instructor. He has lived in Asia, Europe and the Americas. Tom is a native of England, but based in the USA. When he's not kicking or holding the pads, Tom is either deep into writing an article, exploring the world or connecting with fellow martial artists. Tom is currently beginning his Jiu Jitsu journey in the Kore gi and 10th Planet no gi systems, as well as working to reconstruct the techniques of traditional British bareknuckle pugilism.

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